Sandy's Impact in Southeastern Connecticut

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By Ryan Koschmieder on November 5, 2012, 2:00am Last modified: November 6, 2012, 12:38pm

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This picture was taken on Sunday, October 28th around 9:30 am during the 1st high tide cycle the day before the new moon high tides arrived.

Various pictures taken during Superstorm Sandy along the coastline of Groton, CT. In this picture a once paved and clear roadway down by Eastern Point Beach in Groton was a scene to be had as the storm surge caused up to 3 feet of sand to litter the streets. A bulldozer from the Groton highway department was needed to clear the sand off to the side. 

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Ryan Koschmieder

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